- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... was pleasant the Reds not however with a strong cheese they became approachable. Tiredness has certainly settled upon us. Late afternoon we arrived at a small port. Time given we walked the promenade. These little villages are very reminiscent of Greece during the 1980s and so many minutes have been spent in past memories, quite nice really. Last night was spent on an island in the Marco Polo ...
... the quant cobbled streets of Mostar, which have an obvious Ottoman/Turkish history to them, complete with a bazaar and minarets and she explains how Bosnia is shaped like the human heart.
Amela talks us through her experiences of the war, of which she says Bosnia was caught in-between the Serbian and Croatian forces. She tells us how she hid in a bunker under her house, whilst it burnt to the ground, how her Dad went out to collect milk one day ...
... we were taken to positelj an ottoman walled town on the banks of the Buna. It was a beautiful place, but of course in this part of the world has a tragic recent past. From a prewar population of 132, today less than 30 remain and the future of the town is looking very dim. There have been recent attempts to restore the ruins, but money has run out, so the only evidence is some dangerous half finished attempts to build some modern facilities. It was a great place ...
... day we had in Tirana we spent talking to people back home then heading to the Natural History Museum. There wasn't a lot to see as most of the stuff in it had been stolen during the war/communist period but was interesting in its own way. Sim managed to get caught out for trying to use his expired student card. He now considers it a challenge to try and get in somewhere and only having to pay the student price. His been pretty successful overall. After we did the free ...
... So much context and history is packed into this ~30 metre stretch. This bridge was destroyed during the Bosnian war of the mid-90s as Yugoslavia had started breaking up. Bosnia's cultural and religious demographics - with large Muslim, Catholic (mostly Croats) and Orthodox (mostly Serbs) populations - were engaged in war with each other. In the case of Mostar, the Bosniak Muslims were effectively hostage in the city, protecting the Old Bridge with wooden roofing and car tires on ...